· Still not convinced that Jason Sudeikis, Tyler Labine and the cast members of A Good Old Fashioned Orgy will go all the way in their Labor Day sex comedy? Doubt no more! Samuel Goldwyn Films has just released a video that proves Orgy's cast will swing in all directions including shirtless bro on bro. Watch Sudeikis and Labine make good on their movie's title and then stick around for Buzz Break.
Move over, ubiquitous comedy presence Jason Bateman! When A Good Old Fashioned Orgy is released over Labor Day weekend in September it will be the third Jason Sudeikis film to hit theaters since February (Hall Pass and Horrible Bosses if you've got short term memory loss) against only two for Bateman (Bosses and The Change-Up). Try harder, Bates! Is the scandalously titled late-summer sex comedy the best of Sudeikis' comedy threesome?
"Here's a little movie-magic fun fact for you. I did all my research for that scene by going on Chatroulette, that website where guys masturbate for strangers. My moves in Hall Pass are an amalgamation of, I don't know, maybe 20,000 different dudes. I took the facial expressions from SexHog22; I took the hand motions from GrizzlyBearDong. Those guys really know what they're doing." [Playboy]
Anyone else really looking forward to watching Jason Sudeikis host the 2011 MTV Movie Awards on June 5? Good. Since we're all on the same page with that, it means we can all laugh at the bizarre promotional campaign MTV has produced for the awards, which features Sudeikis visiting various nominees in increasingly inappropriate ways. The latest youngsters to get the JaySud treatment? Twilight stars Taylor Lautner and Kristen Stewart. Click ahead for the awkward funny.
· Cinephiles, avert your eyes. The MTV Movie Awards are happening next Sunday, and host Jason Sudeikis is busy making the rounds to nominees and presenters. Part of his hosting duties? Delivering some "moo shu chicken" to "Danny Radcliffe." Expelliarmus, MSG! Click through for the promo.
Watch the First Trailer for Horrible Bosses, with Jason Bateman, Jennifer Aniston, Colin Farrell and Jason Sudeikis
Another hour, another trailer for an R-rated summer comedy co-starring Jason Bateman. Hot on the heels of the second look at The Change-Up comes your first look at Horrible Bosses, another in a long-line of R-rated comedies hitting theaters this summer. Does Bosses have enough juice to warrant its inclusion on Movieline's summer sleepers list? Watch and decide ahead.
Hall Pass may have stumbled at the box office, but the Jason Sudeikis train to fame rolls onward. In addition to starring in Horrible Bosses and the September release A Good Old Fashioned Orgy, Sudeikis will host the MTV Movie Awards on June 5. Get excited, but don't tell January Jones. [RyanSeacrest.com]
Jason Sudeikis was convincing as Floyd, Liz Lemon's ideal boyfriend on 30 Rock, so the obvious next question is: Can he also play the worst husband on Earth? The new Farrelly brothers movie Hall Pass lets us find out, and its red band trailer is full of the booby jokes, boners, and swear words that will scandalize junior high schools across remote parts of the Midwest. Also, Owen Wilson is Carson Kressly now.
Though he has been summarily wasted on Saturday Night Live this season, Jason Sudeikis has had a pretty solid 2010: He's dating January Jones, parties with the cast of Mad Men and was the only decent part of Going the Distance. (Yes, that's including Charlie Day.) Still, breakout stardom has alluded him thus far...something which will probably change once Hall Pass comes out next year.
Liz Lemon and Don Draper. Fred Armisen and Elisabeth Moss. Jason Sudeikis and January Jones. What's going on with the casts of Saturday Night Live and Mad Men? During an interview with Vanity Fair, Sudeikis describes the bizarre and growing connection thusly: "It's just a mess. It's like an orgy made in Entertainment Weekly heaven. [...] What's that old phrase? Something makes strange bedfellows? With our two casts, you could substitute the word 'drinking.' The SNL cast can party with the Mad Men cast in a mutual fashion." Paging Kiernan Shipka. [Vanity Fair]
We caught up with Nick Kroll, the star of ABC's ill-fated Cro-Magnon-Rom-Com Cavemen, at the Comedy Central Roast of Joan Rivers last night, and we had to ask him about A Good Old Fashioned Orgy.
Actress, former Italian princess by marriage, truthsayer: Olivia Wilde dropped TMI last night in a monologue about her "marathon" sex sessions with boyfriend Jason Sudeikis and how to tell when your vagina's not that into a relationship anymore. "Sometimes your vagina dies... then you know it’s time to go." Preach.
Jennifer Lawrence hasn't had many opportunities to show off her comedic chops onscreen — she only burst onto the scene three years ago in Winter's Bone, then quickly filled up her dance card with action blockbusters like X-Men: First Class and The Hunger Games before taking on the awards season contender Silver Linings Playbook — but the Best Actress front-runner has been delighting awards-watchers left and right on the Oscar circuit these past few months. The girl is funny — sardonic, whip-smart, witty, self-deprecating, and she knows what's what as she plays the Hollywood game, which is why her post-Golden Globes hosting gig on Saturday Night Live will be one to watch.
She's been a bride with a torn wedding dress in Bachelorette, a voice in animation in Ice Age: Continental Drift and a pitch perfect Fat Amy in, well… Pitch Perfect. And for her next act, Rebel Wilson wants her MTV.
Wilson follows in the footsteps of 2012 host Russell Brand who followed Jason Sudeikis and other past notables like Andy Samberg (2009), Mike Myers (2008), Sarah Silverman (2007) and even Lindsay Lohan (2004).
The Australian-born actress with a name that's too cool for school has been tapped as the host of the 2013 MTV Movie Awards. The network announced the news during the season finale of Jersey Shore &mdash' natch! &mdash for the big event taking place Sunday, April 14th.
Get your golden popcorn on! And who will win Best Kiss? Not those vampires again?!?
She gives good candy in this promo:
Glowing reviews and powerhouse performances from Joaquin Phoenix, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Amy Adams have made Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master a hot ticket among actors and industry operatives — with the exception of Tom Cruise's ex-wife Katie Holmes.
Celebrity spotters tell us that Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone, Jason Sudeikis, Susan Sarandon, Steve Martin, Sam Rockwell, and filmmakers Spike Jonze and Quentin Tarantino are among the famous faces who've caught the movie during its limited release in New York and Los Angeles. more »